Free Press Journal
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    ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ shoots wraps up

    Los Angeles: The highly anticipated sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey” just wrapped filming in Vancouver. Author EL James who helped with the adaptation of the film, as well as “Fifty Shades Freed”, which was shot simultaneously, posted on Instagram yesterday to share the exciting news.

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    India has secured release of Keralite abducted in Libya: Swaraj

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said that the Indian Embassy in Libya has secured the release of Regi Joseph, an IT engineer from Kerala, who was abducted in Libya in March.

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    Irani says looking forward to making India strong in textile sector

    New Delhi: Shaking off suggestions that she had been demoted in the uni0on council of ministers, former human resource development (HRD) minister Smriti Irani said Wednesday she is looking forward to her ministerial stint in the textile ministry and is determined to strengthen India’s presence in this sector.

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    IS release video hailing Dhaka terror, threaten more attacks

    Dhaka: Hailing the Dhaka terror attack that killed 22 people, the Islamic State terror group today released a video calling for jihad in Bangladesh and threatening more attacks on crusaders and crusader nations.

  • Sandeep Gadoli encounter: Gurgaon Sub-inspector arrested

    Gurgaon: A sub-inspector of Gurgaon police was arrested here by a Special Investigation Team of Mumbai police in connection with the alleged fake encounter of suspected gangster Sandeep Gadoli in Andheri, police said.

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    PM Modi pays tribute to Syama Prasad Mookerjee

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday hailed Syama Prasad Mookerjee, the Bharatiya Jan Sangh founder, on his 115th birth anniversary, saying India will remember him for his contribution to the country’s history.

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    Bollywood celebs wish for peace, love on Eid

    Mumbai: Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar and Shekhar Kapur have wished for peace and love on the festive occasion of Eid.

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    Religion can keep youth away from pornography

    Toronto: Even as as adolescents get more free access to pornography online than ever before, researchers have found that attending religious services can keep the youth away from from the adult sites.

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    Blair Underwood to enter ‘Quantico’ as CIA officer

    Los Angeles: Actor Blair Underwood has closed a deal to play as Owen Well, a charming CIA officer in the second season of thriller TV series “Quantico”, which also stars Indian actress Priyanka Chopra.

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    Rly blames Delhi govt, moves NGT for removal of slum clusters

    New Delhi: Under attack from the National Green Tribunal for failure to keep the tracks clean, the Railways has sought to shift the blame on Delhi government for not relocating slum clusters from its land by allotting them flats despite directions of the green panel.

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    Case registered against AAP leader Ashish Khetan

    Amritsar: A day after AAP tendered an apology for equating the party’s ‘Youth Manifesto’ for Punjab polls with religious books, police have registered a case against AAP leader Ashish Khetan for allegedly hurting the religious sentiments.

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    Goats can communicate with humans like dogs

    London: Goats could become man’s new best friend, suggests a new study which found that they have the capacity to communicate with humans like other domesticated animals such as dogs and horses.

  • India’s banking faces stress due to ‘stalling’ in 2011-13: SBI

    New York: India’s banking sector currently faces some stress mainly due to “stalling” of projects between 2011-2013 and efforts are being made to ensure the “de-bottlenecking” of these projects, SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya said.